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Algebra A, Unit 1

Subsets, Properties, Number lines

QuestionAnswer
Name the Property of Real Numbers for 2 + 5 = 5 + 2 Commutative Property of Addition
Name the Property of Real Numbers for 3x(4x5)=(3x4)x5 Associative Property of Multiplication
Name the Property of Real Numbers for 4+(-4)=0 Inverse Property of Addition
Name the Property of Real Numbers for 4*1=4 Identity Property of Multiplication
Name the Property of Real Numbers for 4 + 0 = 4 Identity Property of Addition
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. 5 Natural (N)
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. 1/2 Rational (Q)
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. - 3 Integer (Z)
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. sqrt(8) Irrational (I)
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. 0 Whole (W)
State the smallest subset to which the number belongs. 15/3 Natural (N) because it reduces to 5
Which number is greater? 4.1 or 4.01 4.1
Which number is smaller? .001 or .01 .001
Which number is greater? sqrt(8) or sqrt(11) sqrt(11)
Which number is greater? 3/4 or 2/5 3/4
Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction. 3 1/2 7/2
Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction. -4 2/5 -22/5
Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number. 37/5 7 2/5
Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number. -19/3 -6 1/3